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February 11, 1989 | PAMELA CEREN
Jeff Bickmore got off to a rough start at Southern California College two years ago. A 6-foot-7 freshman who started only one season for the varsity in high school, Bickmore was eager to try his skills at the college level. But before he even set foot on the basketball floor at SCC, Bickmore needed emergency surgery to remove infected bone marrow in his left wrist.
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July 30, 1992 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Usually Jeff Bickmore is one of the most easy-going players on the basketball court. But everyone has a breaking point. For Bickmore, it came after three horrible passes--none of which came within five feet of him--from a teammate during a professional basketball game in Australia. "He's the worst passer I've ever seen," Bickmore said. "He tries no-look passes that end up five feet over your head. The referee gave me a technical for yelling at my own player.
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July 30, 1992 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Usually Jeff Bickmore is one of the most easy-going players on the basketball court. But everyone has a breaking point. For Bickmore, it came after three horrible passes--none of which came within five feet of him--from a teammate during a professional basketball game in Australia. "He's the worst passer I've ever seen," Bickmore said. "He tries no-look passes that end up five feet over your head. The referee gave me a technical for yelling at my own player.
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February 11, 1989 | PAMELA CEREN
Jeff Bickmore got off to a rough start at Southern California College two years ago. A 6-foot-7 freshman who started only one season for the varsity in high school, Bickmore was eager to try his skills at the college level. But before he even set foot on the basketball floor at SCC, Bickmore needed emergency surgery to remove infected bone marrow in his left wrist.
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March 22, 1989
Bill Reynolds, Southern California College men's basketball coach, has been selected the National Christian College Athletic Assn. coach of the year, the school announced. Reynolds led SCC to a 29-5 record and the Golden State Athletic Conference championship. Todd Dixon, a senior guard, was named a first-team All-American and Jeff Bickmore, a sophomore center, was a second-team All-American.
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November 21, 1989
With its two top scorers returning, Southern California College will open its 1989-90 basketball season at home against The Master's College tonight at 7:45. Jeff Bickmore, a 6-foot-7 junior who averaged 20.2 points a game last season, and Terry Scruggs, a 6-2 junior who averaged 18.3, are back from a 29-5 team that advanced to the NAIA District III final before losing to Biola. The Master's was 17-15 last year and is 2-0 this season.
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January 16, 1988
Center Jeff Bickmore scored 23 points and had 10 rebounds to lead Southern California College to a 99-60 victory over San Jose Bible College in an NAIA District 3 basketball game Friday night in Costa Mesa. The Vanguards (5-9 overall, 3-1 Golden State Athletic Conference) shot 51.2% from the field in their second-highest offensive output of the season. Earlier, Southern California College scored 106 points in a loss to Loyola Marymount.
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January 4, 1991
Elbert Davis and Ron Scipio each scored a layup in the final minute to give Southern California College a 72-68 victory over Evangel of Springfield, Mo., Thursday at Costa Mesa. With Evangel leading, 68-66, Jeff Bickmore made two free throws with 1 minute 30 seconds remaining. Elbert Davis stole the ball with about a minute left and scored an uncontested layup to give SCC a 70-68 lead. Scipio scored his layup with 10 seconds left to seal the victory.
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December 10, 1989
Center Jeff Bickmore scored 26 points to lead Southern California College to a 110-89 victory over the University of Redlands Saturday in the championship game of the Christ College Irvine men's basketball tournament. Bickmore made 12 of 17 shots from the field. Guard Rick Witmer added 20 points for SCC. Brett Grebbing led Redlands with 18 points.
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January 6, 1989 | SAM FARMER, Times Staff Writer
Occidental College basketball Coach Brian Newhall has penciled "golf with Westy" in his date book to remind him of Sunday's commitment to Bill Westphal. However, if things go as planned for Newhall, his relationship with the Grand Canyon College coach will be far less amicable Saturday night. The Tigers' first-year coach, who took over for Westphal last year, is hoping to square off with his predecessor in the final of the Occidental tournament.
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January 24, 1990
Junior center Jeff Bickmore scored 21 points to lead Southern California College to a 81-59 victory over California Baptist in a Golden State Athletic Conference men's basketball game Tuesday at SCC. Terry Scruggs added 15 and Mike Henjum 12 for SCC (12-7 overall, 3-2 in conference). In nonconference men's basketball: Cal Lutheran 91, Christ College Irvine 84--Jeff deLaveaga scored 28 to lead visiting California Lutheran. Keith Rogers scored 30 for Christ College Irvine (10-13).
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January 6, 1990
Southern California College lost an 11-point lead in the second half and trailed by seven before rallying to defeat Menlo College, 90-84, in the Occidental College men's basketball tournament Friday at Eagle Rock. John Mounce had 22 points and Jeff Bickmore and Rick Witmer each had 19 to lead SCC (8-5). Menlo is 10-2. In nonconference men's basketball: Simon Fraser (Can.) 100, Christ College Irvine 85-- Andrew Steinfeldt scored 32 points for Simon Fraser (6-13).
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